Note: The Lawrence Times does not cover sports (yet) in the traditional sense. But here’s what we consider to be our community coverage of University of Kansas Athletics.
KU Athletics is celebrating the first McLendon Classic, a recognition of John McLendon’s contributions to basketball and civil rights. A screening and roundtable event Sunday will feature Bill Self, Kevin Willmott, Melissa Peterson and NCC coach LeVelle Moton.
The University of Kansas men’s basketball team has been ordered to vacate 15 victories and its NCAA FInal Four appearance from its record for the 2017-2018 season as the result of a six-year investigation of recruiting infractions. The team also was put on probation for three years, a disciplinary panel ruled Wednesday.
Fans packed Allen Fieldhouse Friday night for Late Night in the Phog, the massive pep rally that celebrates the beginning of each season of Jayhawk basketball.
An annual celebration of KU’s basketball teams returns Friday, and though in-person tickets have already been claimed, some parts of the event will be livestreamed.
The Kansas Jayhawks made their 48-17 win over the Missouri State Bears look easy with a stellar second half Friday night and started their season 1-0.
The KU football team will be back on the gridiron Friday evening to start the season, and military jets will fly over the stadium ahead of the game. Here’s what to know if you go.
The construction work on KU’s football stadium and an adjoining conference center will cost more than $251 million and must be completed by Aug. 1, 2025, according to a contract for the project.
Douglas County CASA is hosting its first Cornhole for CASA event on Sunday, including a free fun zone for kids, with hopes of starting an annual tradition and connecting with more community members.
The Kansas women’s basketball team held on for victory against Columbia Saturday, becoming champions of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament.
The University of Kansas announced plans Wednesday to renovate Allen Fieldhouse, the home of Jayhawk basketball for more than 60 years, featuring premium experiences for fans.
KU basketball fans got an early start Saturday morning as ESPN’s College GameDay returned to Lawrence.
Join us as we walk through downtown Lawrence to celebrate KU basketball’s 84-62 win against Indiana. We ask fans about their game day merch, favorite players, and more.
Calvin Clements, a senior at Free State High School and Jayhawk fan growing up, is staying home for college.
KU has its football coach for the foreseeable future. Lance Leipold has signed a new deal that will keep him in Lawrence through 2029.
The Kansas Jayhawks looked a little more like they did early in the season during their Salute to Service game Saturday afternoon, improving to 6-3 on the season and becoming bowl eligible for the first time since 2008.
Kansas men’s basketball coach Bill Self and assistant coach Kurtis Townsend are suspended for the first four games of the upcoming season in an apparent effort to head off penalties from a long-running NCAA investigation into the program’s recruiting practices.
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